Cindy Baier, president and CEO of Brookdale Senior Living, is a member of the 2020 McKnight’s Women of Distinction Hall of Honor.
In response to the leadership challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, Brookdale Senior Living partnered with Chicago-based Executive Coaching Connections to pilot a leadership and professional development program for 32 Brookdale executive leaders in May.
The U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday reversed a district court ruling and ordered a personal injury negligence suit about care at a Brookdale Senior Living assisted living and memory care community to be sent to arbitration.
When it comes to COVID-19, Brookdale President and CEO Lucinda “Cindy” Baier said, shareholders and potential investors typically want to hear about four areas: protocols and progress on COVID-19 testing of residents and associates, the sales cycle and the curve on move-ins and move-outs, costs related to COVID-19, and government relief.
Brookdale Senior Living will pay $80,000, update its anti-retaliation policies and train employees on compliance with federal anti-discrimination laws to settle a retaliation discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Less than 1% of residents at the country’s largest senior living operator have tested positive for COVID-19, but the virus has still affected occupancy rates, according to Brookdale Senior Living executives on the company’s first-quarter earnings call.
Brookdale Senior Living says a potential class-action lawsuit over alleged unfair trade practices and alleged failure to provide promised services at its North Carolina assisted living facilities is without merit.
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